Superbowl Halftime Flashes “Satan,” in Sinister Imagery Overload
Tom Brady was once again the star of this year’s Superbowl, winning his seventh NFL title in ten appearances. But internet buzz suggests Satan was the master of ceremonies at the big game thanks to a halftime performance that made up for mediocre music by a forgettable artist with plenty of sinister imagery and a more than subliminal homage to the devil that caught the attention of keen observers.
Gone apparently are the days of subtle occult symbolism of say, professed devil whore Katy Perry riding a red-eyed mechanical “Beast” into the arena across a masonic chessboard of black and white squares, or even Madonna’s “priestess of darkness” headdress complete with the eye of Osiris and Luciferian hand gestures. Or, even Janet Jackson’s bared breast. Tame. Passé. Bourgeois.
No, no. Let it be known, in 2021, only actually flashing the word, “SATAN” from giant video monitors behind the stage for ten seconds straight will suffice.
“The Weeknd,” a fourth-tier Canadian singer whose reverb-soaked autotune falsetto was barely distinguishable from the cacophonous clatter of what many are calling the worst (or at very least, most vanilla) musical performance in Superbowl history, was more than overshadowed by an obviously intentioned sequence of choreography and stagecraft that left some observers stunned by an overt tribute to Satan and potentially, a preview of Communist genocide and world war to be visited upon the planet by men wearing jock straps on their heads. Or perhaps, lobotomy bandages.
After the London Olympics Opening Ceremony that turned out to be nothing other than a foreshadowed lesser magic warning of coming “COVID” attractions, we’re left with lots of happy thoughts about what wickedness awaits mankind on basis of last night’s misadventure into the Temple of Set.